An Stuc

Located northeast of Killin, on land owned by the National Trust for Scotland, Perth and Kinross, An Stuc rises to a height of 1117m (3665 feet) to the north of Loch Tay and qualifies as a Munro. The northern slopes of Ben Lawers lead, via Bealach Dubh, to the peak of An Stuc. This peak is particularly steep sided on the east overlooking Lochan nan Cat and its name is derived from the Gaelic for "rocky cone".

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